Voice your choice
About the campaign
The #mychoice campaign highlights the stark difference between Australia and developing countries in access to contraception methods that we often take for granted. Women everywhere need access to reproductive health education, services and most importantly – choice.
In the wake of the Trump election win and the re-enactment of the Mexico City Policy, keeping reproductive health on the agenda has never been more important. Marie Stopes International Australia is working to raise awareness about the critical importance of reproductive choice.
With support from local actors and celebrities including Heather Maltman, Jane Caro and Nelly Thomas, Marie Stopes International Australia is engaging with the Australian community who are sharing their stories on social media about how contraception has impacted them.
For more information on the campaign, download the press release
“The #mychoice campaign shows how important reproductive choice is for all women. I think we forget how lucky we are and what the consequences could be if we didn’t have access to condoms or the pill or an IUD. Or if we didn’t know contraception existed. Or if, like so many women in developing countries, our partners or fathers wouldn’t let us use it.”
Batya Atlas, Senior Manager External Relations, Marie Stopes International Australia
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#MyChoice on social media
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